5 episodes

@SobahLife_Podcast is about the various journeys different people take in life and how they have overcome difficult challenges that have helped them grow and do better. Showcasing the perspectives of Australian First Nations peoples through the views of Dr. Clinton Schultz, a strong proud Gamilaraay man, and psychologist, the yarns encompass the lived experiences of people of diverse backgrounds, while promoting resilience and healthy lifestyle choices. Clinton's guests, either high profile or regular everyday people, will blow your mind with the stories they have to share. Sobah Life Podcast is a must-listen - it's not just educational, it's inspirational and empowering. ✊🏾

Sobah Life Podcast Clinton Schultz

    • Health & Fitness

@SobahLife_Podcast is about the various journeys different people take in life and how they have overcome difficult challenges that have helped them grow and do better. Showcasing the perspectives of Australian First Nations peoples through the views of Dr. Clinton Schultz, a strong proud Gamilaraay man, and psychologist, the yarns encompass the lived experiences of people of diverse backgrounds, while promoting resilience and healthy lifestyle choices. Clinton's guests, either high profile or regular everyday people, will blow your mind with the stories they have to share. Sobah Life Podcast is a must-listen - it's not just educational, it's inspirational and empowering. ✊🏾

    Jeremy Donovan

    Jeremy Donovan

    Disclaimer: This episode talks a lot about abuse, addiction, self-harm and suicide. If you are triggered by any of the content of our podcasts and need immediate assistance you can call Lifeline (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or if you are a young person, Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800).  A further list of crisis hotlines can be reached at:
    https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-services-infographic 
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    In episode 4, Sobah Life Podcast welcomes Jeremy Donovan, one of Australia’s most celebrated First Nations' keynote speakers, performers, and artists. 
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    A proud Kuku-Yalanji man, Jeremy Donovan draws on his personal experiences of adversity and expertise in First Nations culture and values to speak about Indigenous disparity. From the influence of Jeremy’s grandfather and Elders from his community, he has gathered knowledge and understandings of his amazing Cultural heritage which he is able to impart to others.
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    Jeremy is an accomplished and published artist, musician, and poet. Jeremy has produced works for Nestle, David Jones, LendLease, Suncorp Bank, and Officeworks. In 2019 Jeremy completed two of the largest individual pieces of Aboriginal artwork measuring 14.1m for LendLease and the historic Barangaroo business district. 
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    Working with youth is one of Jeremy’s great passions. He travels to both remote and urban communities working with youth development. Jeremy’s work with youth is based around building self-esteem, self-worth, and gaining a greater understanding of Identity - the same battle Jeremy once faced. His message is powerful, purpose-based, and straightforward.

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    Disclaimer:  Sobah Life Podcasts may contain explicit content relating to social-emotional wellbeing concerns such as abuse, addiction, self-harm and suicide. If you are likely to be offended or triggered by the discussion of these topics we recommend you do not listen to our podcasts. Sobah Life is not intended to replace professional help.  If you have any concerns about your social and emotional wellbeing, you should consult your doctor or mental health practitioner.  If you are triggered by any of the content of our podcasts and need immediate assistance you can call Lifeline (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or if you are a young person, Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800).  A further list of crisis hotlines can be reached at:

    https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-services-infographic  

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Melissa Lionnet

    Melissa Lionnet

    Sobah Life introduces the founder of Its Not Me, Its Booze, Melissa Lionnet. Her experience with alcohol and the effects of parting start at a young age. Mel even chose to work in sales and events where partying was part of her job! It wasn't until a close friend passed that she realized that she wanted good mental health. So, Mel challenged herself to do 30 days off the booze.  A couple of years off of alcohol and her life is "so much better". 

    Mel started It's not me, it's booze when she moved to Sydney and wanted to connect with like-minded people and to also keep herself accountable. Now, Mel is a results coach, studying her post-grad in psychotherapy and counseling while also running, It’s not me, it’s booze (INMIB).
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    Check out her page @Itsnotmeitsbooze and give her a follow. Also, read her very interesting blog posts where she talks from the booze perspective of life. 
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    Disclaimer:  Sobah Life Podcasts may contain explicit content relating to social-emotional wellbeing concerns such as abuse, addiction, self-harm and suicide. If you are likely to be offended or triggered by the discussion of these topics we recommend you do not listen to our podcasts. Sobah Life is not intended to replace professional help.  If you have any concerns about your social and emotional wellbeing, you should consult your doctor or mental health practitioner.  If you are triggered by any of the content of our podcasts and need immediate assistance you can call Lifeline (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or if you are a young person, Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800).  A further list of crisis hotlines can be reached at:

    https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-services-infographic  

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Chris Faneco

    Chris Faneco

    Introducing my next guest and long-time friend, Chris Faneco. Gold Coast born and bred, Chris was wanted it all, but that desire led him to falling in with the wrong crowd and subsequently spending time in jail. He now takes nothing for granted... His story will show a perspective of life that some people may never think of.
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    Disclaimer: Sobah Life Podcasts may contain explicit content relating to social-emotional wellbeing concerns such as abuse, addiction, self-harm and suicide. If you are likely to be offended or triggered by the discussion of these topics we recommend you do not listen to our podcasts. Sobah Life is not intended to replace professional help.  If you have any concerns about your social and emotional wellbeing, you should consult your doctor or mental health practitioner.  If you are triggered by any of the content of our podcasts and need immediate assistance you can call Lifeline (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or if you are a young person, Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800).  A further list of crisis hotlines can be reached at:
    https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-services-infographic  

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Shanna Whan

    Shanna Whan

    EPISODE 1
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    Shanna Whan @sober_in_the_country
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    A woman that lives on Gamilaroi country, Shanna says she is a ''very unlikely' national spokesperson for change when it comes to the complex subject of our great love affair with booze in the bush".
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    It was an absolute pleasure and privilege to yarn with Shanna, the founder of the not-for-profit Sober in the Country Ltd (SITC) who also created the campaign ‘OK2SAYNO’ which is making sure that we are putting our mates and their health first.
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    Shanna almost lost her own life to alcohol addiction in 2015 and man did she turn her life around, and for the better of many!
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    https://www.soberinthecountry.org
    www.instagram.com/sobahlife_podcast
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-clinton-schultz-65a18a197/ 
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    Disclaimer:  Sobah Life Podcasts may contain explicit content relating to social emotional wellbeing concerns such as abuse, addiction, self-harm and suicide. If you are likely to be offended or triggered by the discussion of these topics we recommend you do not listen to our podcasts. Sobah Life is not intended to replace professional help.  If you have any concerns about your social and emotional wellbeing, you should consult your doctor or mental health practitioner.  If you are triggered by any of the content of our podcasts and need immediate assistance you can call Lifeline (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or if you are a young person, Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800).  A further list of crisis hotlines can be reached at:

    https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-services-infographic  

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Introduction to Sobah Life

    Introduction to Sobah Life

    • 39 sec

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